Dispatch vs Onfleet: What are the differences?
Developers describe Dispatch as "API for on-demand marketplaces. Real-time availability, location, response times and more". The Dispatch platform is built to help field service businesses and on-demand marketplaces stay connected with their providers and consumers. It is built from the ground up on SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) principles. The Dispatch API allows for complete first-class interaction, allowing for deep integrations and cutting-edge applications. On the other hand, Onfleet is detailed as "The easiest way for businesses to manage and analyze their local delivery operations". Onfleet transforms cumbersome last-mile logistics into delightful delivery management. Our intuitive smartphone apps, powerful web dashboard, and seamless customer notifications handle the heavy lifting so you can focus on what matters.
Dispatch and Onfleet can be categorized as "On-Demand as a Service" tools.
Some of the features offered by Dispatch are:
- Job management
- User management
- Availability management
On the other hand, Onfleet provides the following key features:
- Management dashboard
- Driver app
- SMS for customers